The 2015 NCAA Wrestling Championships have come to an end, with Ohio State‘s Logan Stieber winning his fourth straight national title.
Logan Stieber is undoubtedly the king of collegiate wrestling.
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On Saturday night, the Ohio State Buckeyes senior, who was the No. 1 seed in his weight class, faced off against No. 2 seed Mitchell Port of Edinboro in the 141-pound final at the 2015 NCAA Wrestling Championships.
When it was all said and done, Logan Stieber did what he has done his entire college career: win.
After Stieber landed takedown after takedown to earn a 7-2 lead, he had his hand raised in victory.
Just how special was Logan Stieber’s latest win? The Buckeyes standout become just the fourth wrestling in NCAA history to become a four-time national champion.
Stieber then got to celebrate with his Ohio State Buckeyes wrestling teammates.
The celebration was extra sweet for the Buckeyes, because — much like their football team led by Urban Meyer — Ohio State became the national champions as a team after finishing atop the overall team standings.
With the lead on the overall team leaderboard, the Ohio State Buckeyes earned their first ever wrestling national championship in the program’s 94-year history.
2015 has been kind to Ohio State.
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